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Old 09-23-2015, 04:08 PM   #1
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Is it ok to bring my TT to Syracuse, NY for the winter

I recently moved to upstate NY from northern VA. I have covered my TT each winter and left it out. I can't find indoor storage close to me. I can leave it in VA but would rather bring it home after the Martinsville race. So for anyone with experience in parking an RV way up north...Will a winterized canvas covered TT make out ok in heavy snow?

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Old 09-23-2015, 05:46 PM   #2
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I'm sure the trailer will be fine if it's properly winterized, now not so sure about you! Seriously it's obviously better if you can get it under some type of cover, but outside won't appreciably hurt it.

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I'm 35 miles south of you and have wintered over campers and motorhomes here for years. Make sure you get the pink stuff through the plumbing, pump, tanks drains and water heater. Do something with the battery. Remove and keep warm or battery conditioner hooked up. I don't use a cover, but don't see why it wouldn't be fine. Welcome to upstate NY.
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Mine stays outside and I'm a couple/few hours north. Winterize and I don't see a problem.
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